Haitian Dancers, Haitian Art by Dieudonne Cedor

by Gallery d'Haiti


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Dieudonné cédor is considered one of Haiti’s leading contemporary painters. He has exhibited extensively in galleries and museums around the world. Dieudonné cédor was born in L’Anse à Veau on March 8, 1925. In 1944, he became a cabinetmaker, but seemed more interested in art. He joined the Centre d’Art in December 1947 and became chief of the studio in 1949. He later became a member/founder of the "Foyer des Arts Plastiques." in 1957, he was named director of the Museum of Beaux-Arts of Port-au-Prince.  

Purchase this culturally relevant Haitan art by Dieudonne Cedor.

A Déjà Vu

When we examine this striking painting by Cédor, we couldn't help think of the 2021 netflix blockbuster the Harder They Fall. We've juxtaposed a scene from songstress Koffee's 2021 music video whose art direction, seemed to pay un grand homage to Dieudonné Cédor's Haitian masterpiece. Koffee , Cedor's contemporary, happens to be a Jamaicans, akin to the bloodline of Cédor in the Haiti.

MonAfrique Haitian art Dieudonne Cedor
MonAfrique Haitian art Dieudonne Cedor

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    24 in (height x 36 in (width); Oil on Canvas

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